Stella Cherry (dwarf)
Originated in British Columbia, Canada in 1968. The fruit is large, heart-shaped and of the Lambert-type with a black skin. The flesh is black, moderately-firm and relatively coarse. Trees are vigorous, of upright, spreading habit, and productive.
• Pollination Group: self-fertile
• Uses: eating
• Harvest: mid-season
• Features: Dwarf approx. 50% of standard tree
Image (accessed (30/3/15)
Description (accessed 30/3/15)